The plan for 460-flats in West London, and next to Southall station has got a go-ahead instruction. The scheme is the first to be brought forward by Connected Living London has put forward the scheme in partnership with build to rent specialist Grainger and Transport for London.
The design is planned by Assael Architecture and it will be built out as five buildings on a 1.16 acre site on railway sidings. The site is currently used for storage and associated Elizabeth line works. The planned construction homes will be a mixture of one, two and three-bedroom properties.
The 460-home build will provide options for all types of households, with affordable homes offered at a discounted market rent. CCL has submitted four other planning applications since it was set up last July. The other sites spread across London are Arnos Grove, Montford Place in Kennington, and Nine Elms.